Science is Global

I am not a scientist. But I make lots of videos about science.

This has given me an appreciation for the global nature of science, which is being highlighted by the Royal Society's "Science is Global" campaign. (More here)

The society is encouraging people to take photos of lab groups showing the nationality of people in their groups (like this), showcasing the importance of movement between nations.

Without this ease of movement - this sharing of ideas, talent and resources - science would progress much more slowly. And that is bad for everyone in the world, not just professional scientists. 

Here are some science videos I've been involved with in recent years.

CHILE 🇨🇱  (more videos from this trip here)

INDIA 🇮🇳  (more from India here)

ETHIOPIA 🇪🇹  (more from this trip here)

SWEDEN 🇸🇪  (more from this trip here)

CHINA 🇨🇳 

AUSTRALIA 🇦🇺  (more from Down Under)

NEPAL 🇳🇵

FRANCE 🇫🇷

BRAZIL 🇧🇷  (more from Brazil)

IRELAND 🇮🇪

ANTARCTICA 🇦🇶

UNITED STATES 🇺🇸

ITALY 🇮🇹  (more from our Turin Trip)

UNITED KINGDOM 🇬🇧